Computational Psychiatry Workshop at CoSyNe

A two-day workshop on computational psychiatry will be held at this year's CoSyNe conference.
Organizers: Quentin Huys and Tiago Maia
Dates: March 3-4 2014
Location: Snowbird, Utah, USA

Timings

Morning session

  • Talk 1: 8.00 - 8.25. Discussion 8.25 - 8.40
  • Talk 2: 8.40 - 9.05. Discussion 9.05 - 9.20
  • Break: 9.20 - 9.40
  • Talk 3: 9.40 - 10.05. Discussion 10.05 - 10.20
  • Talk 4: 10.20 - 10.45. Discussion 10.45 - 11.00

Afternoon session

  • Talk 1: 16.30 - 16.55. Discussion 16.55 - 17.10
  • Talk 2: 17.10 - 17.35. Discussion 17.35 - 17.50
  • Break: 17.50 - 18.10
  • Talk 3: 18.10 - 18.35. Discussion 18.35 - 18.50
  • Talk 4: 18.50 - 19.15. Discussion 18.15 - 19.30

Day 1 March 3rd 2014

Morning session

  • The Utility of Computational Psychiatry
  • Martin Paulus
  • Learning and Decision-Making in Inhibitory Control
  • Angela Yu
  • Neurobehavioural substrates of valuation across psychiatric illness
  • Pearl Chiu
  • Decision-theoretic psychiatry
  • Quentin Huys
  • Afternoon session

  • Reinforcement learning in avoidance, habits, and tics
  • Tiago Maia
  • Reinforcement learning and compulsion
  • Nathaniel Daw
  • Impulsive gambling
  • Frederike Petzschner
  • Recent studies in impulsivity and compulsivity across disorders of addiction
  • Valerie Voon
  • Day 2 March 4th 2014

    Morning session

  • Abnormal excitatory-inhibitory interplay at local and large scales associated with schizophrenia
  • Xiao-Jing Wang
  • Towards a quantitative model of the placebo effect
  • Lauren Atlas
  • Predictive Coding & Aging Neurobiology
  • Rosalyn Moran
  • TBC
  • TBC
  • Afternoon session

  • Rapid measurements of dopamine release in humans
  • Ken Kishida
  • Neural computations of social dominance in psychiatric illness
  • Brooks King-Casas
  • Psychiatric symptomatology and computational processes at the epidemiological scale
  • Michael Moutoussis
  • Model-based cognitive neuroscience approaches to computational psychiatry: clustering and classification
  • Michael Frank